Columbus has it all for Young Professionals

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According to ‘Forbes,’ Columbus is one of the country’s best cities for young professionals

It’s no surprise that Columbus is a city on the rise, but a new list from Forbes has provided some national validation.

The outlet published a story on July 27 ranking the country’s best cities for young professionals, and Columbus landed as the 4th spot., receiving a 92.54 total score.

To create the list, Forbes relied on 10 metrics, analyzing each city’s employment and pay, housing affordability, lifestyle and entertainment options and cost of living.

"Cultural attractions. A thriving jobs environment. An affordable state capital city. Home to a Big Ten Conference football team (Go Buckeyes!). Columbus, Ohio has something for everyone,” the story reads.

Forbes also noted that Columbus boasts a relatively low median home price and an abundance of jobs in booming sectors. The story also mentioned that the city’s median age is 36, making Columbus “the ideal place for young professionals to work and socialize with other young professionals.”

Joining Ohio’s Capital City was Cincinnati, which was listed one spot behind Columbus as the country’s 5th city best for young professionals.

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Jack McLaughlin

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